Schools up to class 8 will open after festivals in Delhi, decision in DDMA meeting

Schools have been opened in Delhi for the students of class 9th to 12th with 50 percent capacity. Along with this, it has been ensured to take full care of Covid protocol, mask, and social distancing in schools.

New Delhi: Schools of small children closed due to the lockdown implemented after Corona are now going to open. The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) decided in a meeting on Wednesday that schools for lower classes would be allowed to open after the festive season. At present, only children of class 8 and above are allowed to come to school.


Corona control in Delhi?

Sources present in the meeting chaired by Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal said that DDMA said that the situation of Covid in Delhi is now under control but precautions must be taken. Sources said that during the meeting it was decided that schools for the rest of the classes would be opened after Diwali. The DDMA had given permission to reopen the schools for classes 9 to 12 from September 1.


Schools have been opened in Delhi for the students of class 9th to 12th with 50 percent capacity. Along with this, it has been ensured to take full care of Covid protocol, mask, and social distancing in schools.


The danger of gathering crowds on festivals

In view of the festive season, a ban has been imposed on gathering crowds in Delhi. In view of the danger of a third wave from experts and doctors, an appeal has been made to be more careful on festivals.